- Mar 22, 2004
- lismore - brisbane
i think this is the question that's hassling people: what did you put down as the right answer?
I think you have the questions mixed up, we are talking about q 9 not q 10. Anyways for q 10 i put The White Australia Policy caused a decrease in Buddhist numbers from 1901-1947nattylee said:i put wwII coz it sounded logical, coz the date they mentioned in the q was 1947, and the war was 39-45 so i presume thats the answer...thats wot my teacher reckons anyway, even she was unsure of that answer. it was a gay question to be honest
people are so nieve lol
it was WW1 i would bet anyone on it.....
it definatly was not world war 2, not vietnam
ww1 everyone thinks that catholic church opposed it.......LOL
catholic church support the war and provided support because catholic nations were being attacked, much like vietnam as the south was catholic, BUT vietnam was divided, WW1 was not divided as each of the denominations supported to war. it was not WW2
mannix was opposed to war 1 as he described it a British trade war..... hence his opposition to conscription and dont forget the vote for/against conscription was defeated narrowly twice (1916 and 1917) because of the religious vote led by Mannix.i checked 3 text books and asked all 3 religion teachers and no one was positive of the answer. i put WWI cause i thought while Mannix in melbourne was apposed to conscription, he wasnt apposed to the war. in WWII the methodists were strongly against it. at least in WWI no whole variant/denomination was against it